Mole Removal BlaineMoles, they spend nearly all their lives underground, so you’d think they wouldn’t be such a bother. So, how is it that these furry little creatures that we rarely even actually see have the power to infuriate homeowners and lawn lovers all over Blaine, MN?  Minnesota Wild Animal Management can help remove the little dirt diggers in a safe and humane way.

What’s The Deal With Moles?

If moles have tormented you, then you know the deal. They’re pesky and sneaky. You never see them, but they are there, always!  You know they are there because you see the obvious evidence of their underground tunnels throughout your landscaping. If you think that the tunnels you see today are all the damage they will do, just wait. There will be more in the morning! That’s right; it is said that moles can create up to 150 feet of tunneling in just one night. This is not to say they are active only at night. Moles work day and night, all year round!

Residential Mole Removal In Blaine, MN

Their constant borrowing and tunnel digging have ruined your lawn, your landscaping, and the appearance and value of your property. While moles don’t actually dine on your grass, flower bulbs, or the roots of your vegetation, their burrowing and digging for insects have the capability of destroying the roots of your plants in your landscaping.  You can try to get rid of them yourself, but with hundreds of feet of trails located 8-12 inches below the surface, moles are difficult to locate and remove. When you’ve had enough of the moles that have invaded your Blaine, MN yard, call in the mole patrol at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. Let our Blaine MN mole control experts take care of your mole problem and work to deter them from returning to do even more damage.

Blaine Commercial Landscape Mole Removal

If moles in Blaine, MN, have invaded your commercial property your best bet is to get rid of them as soon as you spot the signs they’ve been there. The damage that moles can do to commercial landscaping in Blaine, MN is immense, and the longer you let them go, the more work they will do to tear apart your valuable landscaping.  The Blaine mole removal experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. know the tricks that work to not only remove moles, but to also effectively keep them from returning to your commercial property.

How To Get Rid Of Moles In Blaine, MN

The only way to effectively get rid of moles in Blaine residential and commercial properties is to rely on the mole removal experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management. Call us today at (612) 386-1289 for a consultation.

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